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Jan 8, 2013 10:30pm PST
's very crucial, that we lose for 18 months even the pro-- slim possibility of an opt-in for the customers. how many customers opt out at the beginning of the program is crucial and that's why the build-out component is so important. on the issue of surveys, if we don't do what local power is proposing we're not going to have any data with which to dovetail that with local power's proposal and integrate it with the program. so, yes, we need to do survey work that includes the whole package that local power is proposing including the rates they're proposing which are much lower than the rates being proposed by the straight shell program start-up. and also a potential opportunity for customers to share in ownership and benefits. and, so, the most important thing to say, though, is that it's really key -- and this is the answer to your primary question -- that what local power is designing, these build design specifically with the understanding that the shell contract is sort of sack row sirthctiontionv. it is what it is and we have to work with the shell contract. * sacrosynct the 1st. the
Jan 11, 2013 10:30pm PST
're talking about demand for units, the pine line is pretty slim right now without a doubt. that's with all the cranes are in the air. >> thank you. we're in a transit rich corridor here. it's not only uses. we have a policy. the staff has already split the difference between .5, which is the max allowed and .75. the developer would have to do all of the things that commissioner antonini mentioned anyway just to put money into the community -- excuse me -- eastern neighborhoods fund. granted, he's volunteered to do the community benefit separately, but we're not in control of that. all of the things that he has to meet, affordable housing, he's required to do. so, that would be required of any developer. and that developer would still be facing .5. and, so, given the location of this, it's not south of market, which sue hester argues there is no transit. it's not located, you know, in another area. and we have the precedent a block away of having approved up to .67. so, i stand with my motion. >> the way i'll respond to that is this is a rehab project where if you were going to lose doors,
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